Like and don't like

Grammar practice: Like and don't like

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Like and don't like

We can use like and don't like to say things are good or bad.

I like chocolate.
She likes cats.
We don't like vegetables.

How to use them

Use like and don't like for I, you, we and they.

I like apples.
You like the park.
We don't like snakes.
They don't like the rain.

Use likes and doesn't like for he, she and it.

He likes chocolate.
She doesn't like the zoo.
It doesn't like cold water.

Make questions with do for I, you, we and they and with does for he, she and it.

Do you like bananas? Yes, I do.
Does he like the beach? No, he doesn't.
What vegetables do they like?

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